Pulses UK announces new leadership team

James Maguire has been named as the new President of Pulses UK, the trade association representing the processors and users of British-produced pulses, at its annual meeting held earlier this month.

Auction planned as partners move on

Mobile grain dryer specialist, Morgan Farm Machinery is set to host an online auction of workshop equipment, tools and effects, as the partnership of John Groome and Tim Morgan comes to an end after 44 years.

Company celebrates 45 years of UK and global business success

The Omex Group is celebrating 45 years of serving a growing world population with sustainable food, energy and water. It has become a dynamic group of companies specialising in complex liquid formulations for use in industries ranging from agriculture to energy.

Britons value farmers more than any other country, survey shows

New polling by YouGov shows that Britons value farmers more than any other country.

Agricultural machinery pioneer, Helmut Claas, dies

Helmut Claas, long-time Managing Director, Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Chairman of the Shareholders’ Committee of the CLAAS group, died on 5th January 2021 at the age of 94.

Celebrations mark the opening of new UK headquarters

Claas UK, and its dealer Manns, celebrated the official opening of its redeveloped Saxham, Suffolk headquarters in mid-October, following three years of construction.

Industry recognition for promoting women in agriculture

Vencomatic UK’s Graphic Designer and Marketing Exec has been voted onto the Women in Agriculture Scotland Committee (WiAS).

Giving back to the Agricultural Community

AGRI-APP began as a small seed of an idea; the goal, give back and help the members of the Agricultural and Horticultural communities.

Less than a fifth of farmers plan to fully retire, new university study finds

Nearly 700 farms across England, Scotland and Northern Ireland took part in the extensive university research, and the findings highlighted the unique approach farmers take to retirement.

Long-term pig B&B yields returns

White Rose Farms is looking for farmers in the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire regions to enter into long-term pig finishing contracts. In return, they offer attractive returns on investment and a guaranteed

‘Real fears’ about dairy worker shortage

The government has rejected last-ditch attempts to get dairy workers included on the Migration Advisory Committee’s (MAC) Shortage Occupation List (SOL), after a four-month consultation.

Inspirational Cheshire farmer wins Dairy Woman of the Year

Dairy farmer Karen Halton from Cheshire has scooped this year’s prestigious Dairy Industry Woman of the Year award at the virtual Women in Dairy (WID) conference held yesterday (30 September).

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